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Thread: The Hudson Condo - 225 West 60th Street - UWS - Condo - by Gruzen Samton

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    also conveniently located next to the Amsterdam Houses and the public school that serves them.

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    From http://cityrealty.com/new_developments:

    The Hudson Condo nears completion 07-AUG-06

    The Hudson, an 18-story mixed-use building at 225 West 60th Street is nearing completion and occupancy is scheduled for early next year.

    The building has 80 residential condominiums and a 40,000-square foot, five-level facility for Lander College for Woman of Touro College.

    The school facility includes a double-height gym, a library, a cafeteria, 3 laboratories, 17 classrooms and administration, faculty and student offices as well as a terrace accessible from the second floor. The liberal arts and science program will serve a student population of 425.

    The tower is setback above the base and also on its west façade where there are private terraces on the 17th and 18th floors facing the Hudson River. On the south façade, the center portion of the south façade above the 13th floor is clad in metal panels that continue as a screen wall up to the roof and give the building strong accent lines. The residential tower has corner windows and blue-green glass facades.

    Gruzen Samton is the architect and the building is being developed in a joint venture between Fortis Property Group and Urban Realty Partners and marketed by The Developers Group.

    The building is located between West End and Amsterdam Avenues and is close the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and the Time Warner Center as well as several major new high-rise construction sites.

    The building recently opened an on-site sales center and two model apartments.

    Some of the apartments have 10-foot-high ceilings and kitchens have honed lava gold stone countertops with full-height backsplashes, under-counter-mount sinks, Jenn-Air refrigerators, Stainless Whirlpool stoves, and Bosch dishwashers, and master bathrooms have deep soaking Zuma bathtubs, seamless glass showers, afrormosia wood vanities with double basin sinks and Jerusalem Bone stone tile and tub enclosures, and the building has a rooftop garden and lounge, a children’s playroom on the third floor, and a health club with outdoor yoga terrace on the sixth floor.

    The one-, two- and three- bedroom apartments start at about $675,000. Some of the penthouse units have fireplaces. Two-bedroom, two-bath units have about 1,167 square feet of space and projected monthly common charges of about $931 and projected monthly real estate taxes of about $71.

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    Very forgettable building....but the base is alright.




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